Intex Recreation 58827EP River Run II Tube Pool Float-RIVER RUN II TUBE

Intex Recreation 58827EP River Run II Tube Pool Float-RIVER RUN II TUBE
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by patttycakes 6/7/2012
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  • A. Yes, the bottom seats of the Intex 2-Person River Run Float is mesh.
    by Intex Consumer Support9/27/2013
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  • A. Yes there is a mesh bottom. So far mine hasn't come off, but I've only had it a couple of weeks.
    by tnmater7/17/2013
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  • A. The mesh bottoms are very strong. Some of the kids were jumping off into the water. No tears or snags.
    by Shawneyone7/17/2013
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  • A. The mesh bottom seats in this are very sturdy and very well made!
    by RiverRaftLover6/15/2013
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  • A. It definitely holds your sitting weight fine. I'd imagine if you tried standing up in it, it would rip, but we've been sitting in it for hours and have used it several times and it's still as good as new.
    by PeterPanana6/2/2013
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  • A. Yes the mesh is of a plastic material not fabric.
    by An anonymous customer7/14/2012
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  • A. Pretty sturdy, they stood up to be dragged across rocks on a ten mile trip down the Delaware Water Gap. Of course they are not indestructible, but the mesh didn't break on their maiden voyage.
    by Nick81187/14/2012
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  • A. Yes they do! I weigh 200, my sister about 180, we both floated around in them just fine. Even enough room to turn around in the seat to face backwards when talking to each other.
    by SunshinePrincess6/2/2013
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  • A. Yes - both sides have the sturdy mesh bottom
    by Steveroni7/2/2012
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  • A. yes, it does have mesh bottom. also shows it in the second picture.
    by Rclark256/25/2012
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by Oakpoint 7/9/2012
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  • A. Any Intex air pump will be able to fill this product up.
    by Intex Consumer Support9/26/2013
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  • A. I have an electric and a battery air pump that both came with different size attachments. You should be able to find all that in the camping section of Walmart.
    by tnmater7/17/2013
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  • A. We used an electic / rechargeable pump thats used for camping.
    by Shawneyone7/17/2013
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  • A. Check where they sell bike pumps and see if they have an adapter for it. Should look like a cone shaped piece that would go on the end of the pump.
    by Wild57Bill6/28/2013
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  • A. You need a raft pump, with the smaller pump attachment and the larger one too. They usually come with three different sizes to use.
    by RiverRaftLover6/11/2013
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  • A. We use the electric air pump we bought to inflate our air mattress.
    by simplysherrie8/14/2012
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  • A. Intex sells a hand pump that worked perfectly with it. I'm not sure what other pumps may work but we bought the Intex one and it was very easy!
    by PeterPanana5/16/2013
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  • A. We used a shop vac on the blow setting.
    by Freemania7/16/2012
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  • A. 12v air pump (connects to the car's outlet) is excelent for this product. it inflates in about a minute (I use coleman, paid $11 for it and use it for other products too.)
    by shopicorn7/14/2012
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  • A. http://www.walmart.com/ip/Coleman-Rechargeable-Air-Pump/9870597 That should do the job nicely. Though you could save a few dollars and get one that plugs into your car's cigarette lighter.
    by Nick81185/16/2013
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by CaptP 4/16/2012
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  • A. 2 pounds of ice and four 12 oz
    by ps78716/17/2014
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  • A. The cooler hold approximately 24 soda cans plus ice.
    by Intex Consumer Support9/27/2013
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  • A. We loaded up several "types" of beverages for our floating time. 15 cans and several water bottles, with a little more room to spare. Nice!!!
    by Shawneyone7/17/2013
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  • A. The cooler is much larger than the picture makes it look. It's deep, I put a tiny cooler inside of it that holds 8 drinks. If you filled the cooler with ice you could probably put 12 or more drinks/beer in it. The blow up cooler stays cool, even in 100 degrees weather. I was very impressed! The blow up lid has a velcro closure-which is nice. :)
    by RiverRaftLover4/28/2015
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  • A. We can usually fit a camera, small portable radio, 3 coverups, snacks and a bag of wine in it. We don't take beer because the ice tends to melt, and it's easier to drink out of cups than cans.
    by pittsburgh246/3/2013
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  • A. Well, if the float doesn't leak at the seams & sink on you... the cooler, from what I remember could probably fit a good sized watermelon in it.
    by FloatsankinEdisto6/20/2012
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  • A. I depends on whether or not you plan to put ice in the cooler. If you put ice in the cooler, then you could probably put in a 12 pack of cans. It has a nozzle at the bottom of the cooler, so you can unplug it and let the cool lake water in (therefore not needing any ice). If you chose that option, then of coarse you could fit more drinks in.
    by LeighAnn556/2/2013
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  • A. I was able to put about 12 cans of beer plus ice in the cooler.
    by ValueShopper19825/2/2012
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  • A. 6 pack with a lot of ice. 12 pack with very little ice.
    by Corduroy235/2/2012
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  • A. About a 6 pack and a few watter bottles with some ice.
    by beachsand4166/2/2013
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